Australia welcomed multiculturalism to a moderate extent, then to a high extent during the second and third time periods respectively. The increase of migrants also resulted in Australia to become more secure as a nation economically, militarily and socially, which is what Australia needed. Australia made it easy for migration to happen because as more people migrated to Australia, multiculturalism became more accepted and Australia became more secure as a nation economically, militarily and socially. 1945 to 1964 was a time that Australia desperately needed a larger population otherwise it would perish. The quickest and most efficient way to increase the population was by taking in migrants, which was why the government introduced the first migration program in 1945.
The Privy Council in BP Refinery (Westernpo... ... middle of paper ... ...as a universal ruling on the matter the divergence between the states will still be present through its differing interpretation of the implementation of the duty, whether that be in fact, followed in the Victorian jurisdiction or in law as set out in New South Wales. Due to the ambiguity there is a lack of certainty surrounding whether in certain instances commercial contracts require the implied duty of good faith to be implied which adds to the argument that the current system is not the preferred approach for the duty of good faith in commercial contracts in Victoria and nation-wide in the future. Thus, in order for Australia to step forward in this area of law it would be prudent to create one universal concept which would bring the country in line with many other nations such as the USA world-wide in the way they deal with good faith in commercial contracts.
Next, analysis on the resources endowments of the two countries will be compared with the trade patterns. Based on our findings, conclusions will be made as to whether the H-O Theorem stands up to its main predictions. Lastly, any major differences in trade patterns will be discussed theoretically. Current Prediction As shown in Table 2 (see appendix), Australia’s capital to labour ratio is more than 10 times higher than Indonesia’s. Based on H-O model, we would expect to see Australia exporting more capital-intensive goods than Indonesia.
As a result of a number of key qualities of this kind of indigenous knowledge and art it does not conform to the requirements of western intellectual property (IP). This means that it can ‘easily be misappropriated, because existing IP rights do not adequately protect it’ . It is well established that the legal landscape needs changed to account for this failure to protect – but this is easier said than done. A variety of solutions have been proposed and explored, but the indigenous rights under IP are still far from equal. Through a focus on Copyright legislation, this pieces aims to demonstrate that WHAT DO YOU AIM TO DEMONSTRATE?
In other words, Australia has an advantage on human capital with the high number of skill labor and young population. That is one positive factors impacted on the high GDP per capita. Australia also adopt the new technology quickly; then, it may help Australia improve the productivity. For fundamental causes, culture, geography, institution are main factors that may influence the GDP per capita. According to Business Insider, Australia has the strong rule of law, which is fairly respect for property rights, excellent functioning public administration, and a good regulation system.
More money will be circulated locally. Besides, suppliers that only provide Australian-made goods will encourage the development of a new technology. Suppliers should only provide Australian-made goods because it encourages the development of new technology. Hall & Khan (2002, p. 8) stated that, the obvious determinants of new technology adoption are the benefits received by the user and the costs of adoption (Hall & Khan, 2002, 8). Technological innovation is recognized as being a central factor in the development of modern economies (Foucher & Fitzgibbons, 1992, p.552 (22)).
This means Australia is seen to have an ambitious internationalization strategy in terms of its visa and migration policies for students... ... middle of paper ... ...ering the Australian international education industry. Policies such as the ‘Multicultural Education Policy’ produced by the NSW state department of education have helped draw greater attention towards Australia as being a choice for international education. The policy states that international education is a “process based on acceptance of multiculturalism as a fundamental social value” (Banks 2009 pg. 114). The issue of multiculturalism has been a large contributor towards the growth of the Australian educational industry.
Throughout Australian Media, the film and television industry is often said to be in a decline. This notions derives from the standpoint that Australian culture as a whole is not generally featured on such a high international calibre, whereas a film out of Hollywood or Bollywood is instead. It can be strongly argued that Australia is a very successful breeding ground for films, although this only extends are far as being a location for filming to portray the culture of another country, like the United States, the United Kingdom or Asia. When international productions utilise Australia, it is economically beneficial as we can see jobs being created for Australians. Although this is financially positive, Australia’s culture is still not being
However, the situation is reversed in the past 2 decades. With East Asia being the fastest growing economy, and the development of regional trade blocs in their traditional trading partners such as the EC and NAFTA that tend to emphasize internal trade, Asia becomes Australia's single most promising opportunity. And now, Australia is eager to be Asian. Trade (See overhead - Exports) In 1994, some 60% of Australia's total exports equivalent to more than 60 B A$ went to Asia. While Japan remains to be their largest trading partner, S Korea replaced US to take the second place.
There are many aspects that are left overlooked however, as the Authour makes his assumptions. Significant parts of society are neglected consideration, these include those that weren't from the bush, non-British immigrants, the Aboriginal people and women. Also the use of romanticised and exaggerated evidence causes an imbalance in his conclusions. Ward's main reason for writing "The Australian Legend" was to portray the typical Australian's perception of himself. He admitted that the book was not intended to be a history of Australia, and it wasn't.